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RAW-FOOD  April 1998

RAW-FOOD April 1998

Subject:

RAW-FOOD DBSEARCH

From:

RICHARD BOETTNER <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Sat, 11 Apr 1998 21:55:53 EDT

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ok - i was sent this file (i edited all the other commands out that i
didnt use) and sent my command off (see below) and got a nice table of
contents (if thats what it is called)
and requested the articles and got nothing - that was a month ago (about
the time i subed to the group)

can someone help me and can someone tell me how to get to the archived
files
thank you

this is the command i sent:
        Search  RAW-FOOD * from 1997/01/01 to 1997/02/01

below are the instructions i was sent that didnt work (edited to show
only what i used and not all the commands available)
==============
This file from another list explains searching quite well. Just switch
the
word Celiac with RAW-FOOD.

Date:   11 Aug 1997
From:   [log in to unmask]
Subject:   File: "CELIAC DBSEARCH"

How to Search the Celiac or Cel-Kids logfiles

Here's a brief tutorial on how to search the logfiles and retrieve
information.  To get a complete explanation, send a message to
[log in to unmask] that says:

        INFO DATABASE

The database name "Celiac is used in these general examples.  To search
in Cel-Kids, just replace "Celiac" with "Cel-Kids" for both
databases replace it with "Celiac Cel-Kids" without the quotation
marks.

For those interested in performing multiple searches, the speed of
your searches will increase, and the impact upon St Johns, our host, is
reduced if you instead request copies of the logfiles. Then a search on
these text files can be easily performed with the copies on your
computer's hard drive.  You can easily add new logfiles to update your
own permanent collection.  Information on obtaining copies of the files
is in the WELCOME letter under the GET command or in the reference the
file CMDS.

Table of Contents

1. Syntax of the commands
2. Sample database job
3. Commands for limiting the search
        A. Search operators
        B. Limiting by date
        C. Limiting to a sender
        D. Limiting by subject
        E. Limiting by record
4. Commands flows onto a second line
5. Changes in searches from Listserve 1.8b to 1.8c

=======================================================================
1. Syntax of the commands

=======================================================================
SEArch       listname word1 <word2 <...>>      Search list archives

        or:  word1 <word2 <...>> IN listname
             FROM date1                        -> From this date
                  TODAY                        -> From today
                  TODAY-7                      -> In the last 7 days
             TO   date2                        -> To this date
             WHERE
               SUBJECT CONTAINS xxxx           -> Only this subject
             AND/OR
               SENDER  CONTAINS xxxx           -> Only this author
                                               Complex boolean operations
are
                                               supported, see database
guide

If the command string is longer than a single Line, multiple lines are
indicated
by adding // as the first two characters of the search command.

//SEArch  listname word1
  where subject contains milk


3.B. Limiting by date
======================

You can also limit database searches by date.  Only the internation form
os dates is used: YYYY-MM-DD or YY-MM-DD.

(3).  The asterisk character can be used to retrieve all messages in a
date range:


        Search Celiac * from 95/04/01 to 95/04/30

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